Sandy Bridge-E goes on sale in China: Pricing Revealed

/ 5 years ago

Intel set the official Sandy Bridge-E launch date for November the 14th of this year meaning the launch is still 17 days away. However, all of the upcoming processors have been listed on the Chinese website TaoBao thus revealing the pricing. It has three models listed and a bundle deal which includes the Sandy Bridge-E processors:

So as you can see the prices certainly aren’t cheap but are very much what most people would be expecting since the LGA 2011 X79 platform is one aimed at performance not value for money. Although £750 for the listed bundle certainly seems reasonably priced given a top 2600K bundle would still cost around £400.
Source: HWBot